GL Communications (News - Alert), a Gaithersburg, Maryland-based provider of PC-based test, analysis and simulation products and consulting services, stated that its new MAPS SIP-I Protocol Emulator software is an advanced protocol simulator/tester traffic generator for SIP-ISUP simulation over IP.
Jagdish Vadalia, senior manager for product development at GL Communications commented, “MAPS SIP I is designed for SIP-I Testing and it can simulate Signaling Gateway (News - Alert) / Softswitch as a User Agents Client (UAC), which sends SIP requests with ISUP message and User Agent Server (UAS), receiving and returning SIP responses with proper ISUP message attached.”
GL explained that its Message Automation & Protocol Simulation (MAPS) is a protocol simulation and conformance test tool designed to support a variety of protocols like SIP, MEGACO, MGCP, SS7, ISDN, GSM, MAP, CAS, LTE (News - Alert), UMTS, SS7 SIGTRAN, ISDN SIGTRAN and more.
The MAPS SIP I emulator can be deployed for transmission and detection of RTP traffic - digits, voice file, single /dual tones and for handling retransmissions and remote retransmissions. The emulator supports complete customization of call flow and messages, scripted call generation and automated call reception and message templates for each SIP-I message.
Vadalia added, “The MAPS SIP I supports powerful tools like Message Editor, Script Editor and Profile Editor which allow new scenarios to be created or existing scenarios to be modified using SIP-I messages and parameters. It gives the flexibility of modifying any message so that we can easily duplicate the messages generated by any entity to resolve interoperability issues.”
Recently GL Communication released of testing solutions for IVR systems and launched Acoustic Echo Compliance Test software.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey